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Korean Classic Reader: Spring Again, and Summer [Ebook]

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Spring Again, and Summer <봄은 다시, 여름으로> 
Jo Seo-ha had never left her hometown before. Excited to move away for university, Seo-ha learns to adjust. Seo-ha meets new people and situations but how does she adapt to the changes in her life? Adapted from Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey, this story is loosely based on Catherine Moreland's life.
Level 1 uses 150 words for learners who are upper-beginner/pre-intermediate level. The Korean Classic Reader is an easy-to-read book for language learners. It uses grammar and vocabulary from textbooks to help readers get better in Korean.

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This is a digital download.  This eBook is available to purchase and read straight away on any device as a PDF.

This book includes ~ 

  • Introduction
  • Illustrations
  • 9 chapters of the novella
  • Discussion Questions
  • Footnotes List
  • Glossary
  • Grammar List

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Anja
Higly recommend!

An amazing little book with cute illustrations. As an upper begginner most of books are too overwhelming for me but this was perfect. I love that newly introduced words keep showing up over and over so that you remember it. The story is interesting and I'd recommend it to everyone who wants to read their first novel fully in Korean without waiting to be an upper intermediate level.

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A.
delightful way to practice your reading!

Bravo, Lang-wich! I have just started this little book and am enjoying it immensely. It is a great level for a late beginner. All the key vocabulary words are underlined and defined on the page, so you can read smoothly without looking things up. It is also underlined when it appears later, so you can practice seeing it again later in context. The story is simple but interesting and the text includes narration and dialogue so you get a sense of how those can look and sound different from each other. I am looking forward to finishing this story and reading the second one!

I hope there will be some intermediate level stories in the future too. It is hard to find texts that are written for learners who are well beyond the beginner level but still not quite ready to read a full Korean novel. Thank you for working to fill this gap, Lang-wich!

Thanks for your feedback! We will be writing more books so keep a look out.

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Bethany Irwin
A great beginner book!

There are not many leveled readers out there for Korean learning so I was so happy to find this book. It is a great book for beginners and other levels as well if you want to practice reading fluency. I mostly used this book for fluency, comprehension, and learning to enjoy reading without looking up words, but when I was a beginner I would have loved this. I really liked that they had the new vocabulary words marked. It was also great to see that the words used are common words you see a lot. I really hope they have more books coming!